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October 31, 1960
Jane Paige, blonde, blue-eyed Wellesley sophomore who finished third from last in 1959, outsailed 18 male competitors over 5¼-mile course to bring Hotel home first in singlehanded International class race held at...
March 05, 1962
Each February and March when winter winds, rain and cold cast their blight on U.S. tournament links, some 50 chilled golf professionals pack their gear and lug their golf bags south to the Caribbean. Warmed by the...
November 12, 1962 | Pamela Knight
Ten airlines now fly jets to South America from the U.S.A. 45-day first-class excursion ticket costs $950 from New York, and first-class passengers are truly pampered on the 12-hour flights to Buenos Aires. Less...
June 08, 1964
There is racing today in Lagos, Nigeria, where the track runs through the heart of the city, and in Hong Kong, Caracas and Rome. The fields go clockwise in England, counterclockwise in Mexico; they run over the snow...
June 12, 1967
Race Driver Parnelli Jones's close loss to a Ford-engined car at Indianapolis last Wednesday was a pure case of injury being added to insult: Parnelli had been put down by Ford before the race even started. Ford had...